Performance notes: Bono and Edge appear on Spectacle hosted by Elvis Costello. Stay is by Bono and Edge alone, Two Shots is by Bono and Costello's rhythm section, and the final three are played by all of Bono, Edge, and Costello and his band. This is only the second time Two Shots has been played live; its sole previous performance was in late 1995. Before Bono and Edge performed, Costello and his band covered Please, Dirty Day, and Mysterious Ways. Date of broadcast is at present unknown. Pump It Up and Get On Your Boots were played as a medley; due to technical limitations, Pump It Up is shown as a snippet of Boots on this page. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
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- Adam, 1981
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In the Netherlands U2 has the record of the most number one albums in a row, 9 albums reached the top of the album chart since the Joshua Tree in 1987.